Late Vegetable Planting

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In this week’s podcast you’ll find there’s still time to plant and enjoy fresh vegetables from the garden. I answer questions on yellow trumpet vines, yews with brown leaves, and Japanese beetles. I then discuss pear slugs that feed on cherries and pears in mid to late summer. Finally for garden enjoyment, plant Easter Egg radishes and Purple Haze carrots.

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